Scott Robertson

Roll-a-away camp cot review
By: Posted On: 2015-03-17

Roll-a-away camp cot review

This wide cot is perfect for people who prefer a little extra space. They are easy to set-up and tear down, sturdy and cool in the heat. For people with joint problems in the hip or back the Roll-a-away cot is the most comfortable setup. With the addition of a pad, this is very comfortable. The mesh type material will breathe well in summer. With an old pair of pliers, assemble with the wing nuts loose, and then tighten to get the tension you like to sleep on.

The cot rolls up half and fits well in its gear pouch. It makes a great cot for camping and rafting as it weighs 10lbs. It doesn’t have any end bars and it comes with a handy storage pouch. The 15” height makes it ideal to take it everywhere. It consists of top firmness adjusters. You can get a 3day rental at $19 but if go for a 7 day rental you can get it for $28. If you go for a 2 week rental, you can get it at a great price of $35. If you are planning to buy it you can get it for $139.

The material quality is of high standard. The aluminum frame is a special high strength marine grade aluminum alloy 6005-T5. The fabric is heavy duty 1000 denier polyester and it is strong and breathable. All hardware is grade 5 steel and Camp Time manufacturers all its products in Spokane Wa. The set-up size is 74”x28”x15” and its rolled up size comes to 37”x5” dia (nominal) with a 250lb capacity, 10lbs weight. The color comes in Royal Blue.


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